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キイトトンボ Ceriagrion melanurum
#odonate #dragonfly #larvae #トンボ #ヤゴ
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キイトトンボ Ceriagrion melanurum
#odonate #dragonfly #larvae #トンボ #ヤゴ
Ready to take off
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#dragonfly #odonate #macro #nikond800 #nature
Petit cœur de demoiselles, il y a presque 10 ans 😊

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#coeur #love #amour #libellule #mare #zoneshumides #demoiselle #agrion #odonate #amplexus
Pour ce jour 6 de la faune du territoire une petite photo de calopterix. Cet odonate est un parfait indicateur de la qualité de l'eau des rivières.
📷-> @vivianeclaudel 
#Vosges #ccb2vfocus #ccb2v #jevoislavieenvosges #grandest #grandestnotreregion #calopterix #libellule #odonate #faunesauvage #faune #animal #animalpictures #naturephotography #nature #naturelovers #instaanimal #picoftheday
ハッチョウトンボ 
Nannophya
最小級のトンボのヤゴです。 pygmaea#odonate #dragonfly larvae #トンボ #ヤゴ
A Flashwing perches on a leaf along Sime Track.

There are 3 species of Flashwings in Singapore; the first, the Common Flashwing (Vestalis amethystina), is locally abundant in some areas of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve, especially in the vicinity of forest streams.

The second species, the Charming Flashwing (Vestalis amoena), is less commonly seen, and appears to prefer larger forest streams. Both species can be found in the same areas, and are virtually identical. The only way to tell the males of the 2 species apart is to look at the shape of the appendages at the tip of the abdomen, while females can be separated by the colour of the mouthparts.

A third species of Flashwing, the Plain Flashwing (Vestalis gracilis), was recently recorded at a single location just outside the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. This species is identified by possessing wings that are tinted brown.

#Flashwing #demoiselle #damselfly #damselflies #damselfliesofInstagram #Odonate #Odonata #insect #insects #insectsofInstagram #SGinsects #insectsofSingapore #arthropod #arthropods #arthropodsofInstagram #CentralCatchmentNatureReserve #CentralCatchmentArea #SimeTrack #MacRitchie #Singapore #biodiversity #SGbiodiversity #wildlife #NatureAdventuresSG #NParksbuzz #SGIG
A Flashwing perches on a leaf along Sime Track. There are 3 species of Flashwings in Singapore; the first, the Common Flashwing (Vestalis amethystina), is locally abundant in some areas of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve, especially in the vicinity of forest streams. The second species, the Charming Flashwing (Vestalis amoena), is less commonly seen, and appears to prefer larger forest streams. Both species can be found in the same areas, and are virtually identical. The only way to tell the males of the 2 species apart is to look at the shape of the appendages at the tip of the abdomen, while females can be separated by the colour of the mouthparts. A third species of Flashwing, the Plain Flashwing (Vestalis gracilis), was recently recorded at a single location just outside the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. This species is identified by possessing wings that are tinted brown. #Flashwing  #demoiselle  #damselfly  #damselflies  #damselfliesofInstagram  #Odonate  #Odonata  #insect  #insects  #insectsofInstagram  #SGinsects  #insectsofSingapore  #arthropod  #arthropods  #arthropodsofInstagram  #CentralCatchmentNatureReserve  #CentralCatchmentArea  #SimeTrack  #MacRitchie  #Singapore  #biodiversity  #SGbiodiversity  #wildlife  #NatureAdventuresSG  #NParksbuzz  #SGIG 
Sympetrum striolatum femelle, (Sympétrum strié).
#macro #photographie #macrophotographie #insecte #sympetrum #odonate #libellulidae #libellule
ギンヤンマAnax parthenopeは巻貝も食べる報告がありますが、この子は攻撃するけど食べませんでした。去年の夏、無事に羽化していきました。
#dragonfly#predation#odonate#predation#トンボ#今日のヤゴめし#捕食
うまあい Yammy ギンヤンマ終齢幼虫Anax parthenope→メダカ 
下唇を使って上手に食べます
#dragonfly#predation#odonate#predation#トンボ#今日のヤゴめし#メダカ#捕食
ギンヤンマ終齢幼虫Anax parthenope→メダカ 
#dragonfly#predation#odonate#predation#トンボ#今日のヤゴめし#メダカ#捕食
Green Marsh hawk 🍁
Orthetrum sabina is a species of dragonfly. Clicked this individual in Phansad Msc-1 BWCM excursion.#greenmarshhawk#dragonfly#odonate @naturein_focus @maharashtra_wildlife
Green Marsh hawk 🍁 Orthetrum sabina is a species of dragonfly. Clicked this individual in Phansad Msc-1 BWCM excursion.#greenmarshhawk #dragonfly #odonate  @naturein_focus @maharashtra_wildlife
painted skimmer (Libellula semifasciata), New Jersey

#dragonfly #odonate #insects #newjersey #nature #nikond5200
green darner (Anax junius), New Jersey

#dragonfly #odonate #insects #nature #newjersey #nikond5200
blue dasher (Pachydiplax longipennis), New Jersey

#dragonfly #odonate #newjersey #nikond5200 #nature #insects #pondlife
eastern amberwing (Perithemis tenera), New Jersey. 
#dragonfly #odonate #newjersey #nikond5200 #nature #insects
#zygoptera #entomology #odonate #coenagrionidae #narrowwingeddamselfly #enallagma #bluet ⚫️#wingspans among the 2600 #damselfly species range from under an inch to over seven inches ⚫️to mate, #damselflies join together in the #wheel position ⚫️females often #submerge entirely to find suitable #egglaying sites ⚫️they may rely on trapped #airbubbles to #breathe
Anotogaster sieboldii ou une amitié encombrante.
#libellule #tonbo #tombo #odonate
Toujours la même Anotogaster sieboldii, en pleines salutations.
#libellule #tonbo #tombo #odonate
Je suis fier d'avoir retrouvé l'exemplaire exact de libellule (蜻蛉, トンボ, Tonbo en japonais) que j'ai rencontrée dans l'allée du temple Ishiyama dera à Otsu, en septembre dernier: il s'agit, vous le saviez déjà, de l'Anotogaster sieboldii, rien de moins que la plus grosse libellule du Japon.
#libellule #tonbo #tombo #odonate
Je suis fier d'avoir retrouvé l'exemplaire exact de libellule (蜻蛉, トンボ, Tonbo en japonais) que j'ai rencontrée dans l'allée du temple Ishiyama dera à Otsu, en septembre dernier: il s'agit, vous le saviez déjà, de l'Anotogaster sieboldii, rien de moins que la plus grosse libellule du Japon. #libellule  #tonbo  #tombo  #odonate 
Libellule posée sur des algues sur une plage de Cuba (2014) 🌴 Dragonfly resting on algae on a beach in Cuba (2014)
Libellule posée sur des algues sur une plage de Cuba (2014) 🌴 Dragonfly resting on algae on a beach in Cuba (2014)
Libellule posée sur des algues sur une plage de Cuba (2014) 🌴 Dragonfly resting on algae on a beach in Cuba (2014)
Libellule posée sur des algues sur une plage de Cuba (2014) 🌴 Dragonfly resting on algae on a beach in Cuba (2014)
Damsel, not in distress... _________________________________________
#damselfly #damsel #lake #insects #odonate #odonatesofinstagram #bugstagram #wildlife #insectworld #greenary #sunshine
Blue is Beautiful..! #Insecta Post.. When you go out for birding and all of a sudden the love for insects drives you back, you end up capturing the beauty in blue. This beautiful damselfly is Senegal Golden Dartlet mostly common around marshes, ponds and wet grasslands. (Swipe left for macro glimpse)

Order: Odonata (Damselflies and Dragonflies) Family: Coenagrionidae (Marsh Darts or Pond Damselflies) Genus: Ischnura Species: senegalensis 
#blues #damselfly #ischnura #ubiquitous #goldendartlet #odonate #marshybeauty #macros #insects #insects_macro #trails #mymoto #bluetail
Blue is Beautiful..! #Insecta  Post.. When you go out for birding and all of a sudden the love for insects drives you back, you end up capturing the beauty in blue. This beautiful damselfly is Senegal Golden Dartlet mostly common around marshes, ponds and wet grasslands. (Swipe left for macro glimpse) Order: Odonata (Damselflies and Dragonflies) Family: Coenagrionidae (Marsh Darts or Pond Damselflies) Genus: Ischnura Species: senegalensis #blues  #damselfly  #ischnura  #ubiquitous  #goldendartlet  #odonate  #marshybeauty  #macros  #insects  #insects_macro  #trails  #mymoto  #bluetail 
Damselflies are close relatives of Dragonflies, and are typically found in the same wetland habitats. Like Dragonflies, their nymphs are aquatic predators that feed on other small creatures, such as worms, crustaceans, insects, and even small fishes and tadpoles, while the adults are superb aerial hunters, pursuing other insects in the air, or grabbing prey from the vegetation. Some South American Damselfly species are even known to pluck spiders from their webs.

There are several ways to tell the two groups apart. Most Damselflies rest with their wings closed above the body, whereas Dragonflies hold their wings open while at rest. Damselflies are usually more slender and fragile-looking compared to Dragonflies, which tend to be stouter and possess thicker abdomens. And while Damselflies also have large eyes, their eyes do not take up most of the head; Dragonflies have eyes so large that they meet in the middle.

Various Damselfly species differ in their habitat preferences; some favour clear, flowing forest streams, while others opt for ponds and marshes in open areas. The Blue Sprite, pictured here, is a common species that can be found in many urban water bodies, such as this male seen perching at the edge of Lower Seletar Reservoir.

#BlueSprite #BlueRiverdamsel #Pseudagrionmicrocephalum #damselfly #damselflies #damselfliesofInstagram #Odonate #Odonata #insect #insects #insectsofInstagram #SGinsects #insectsofSingapore #SGinsects #insectsofSingapore #arthropod #arthropods #arthropodsofInstagram #LowerSeletar #LowerSeletarReservoir  #Yishun #Singapore #biodiversity #SGbiodiversity #wildlife #NatureAdventuresSG #NParksbuzz #SGIG #macrointhewild #EarthCapture #NatGeoYourShot
Damselflies are close relatives of Dragonflies, and are typically found in the same wetland habitats. Like Dragonflies, their nymphs are aquatic predators that feed on other small creatures, such as worms, crustaceans, insects, and even small fishes and tadpoles, while the adults are superb aerial hunters, pursuing other insects in the air, or grabbing prey from the vegetation. Some South American Damselfly species are even known to pluck spiders from their webs. There are several ways to tell the two groups apart. Most Damselflies rest with their wings closed above the body, whereas Dragonflies hold their wings open while at rest. Damselflies are usually more slender and fragile-looking compared to Dragonflies, which tend to be stouter and possess thicker abdomens. And while Damselflies also have large eyes, their eyes do not take up most of the head; Dragonflies have eyes so large that they meet in the middle. Various Damselfly species differ in their habitat preferences; some favour clear, flowing forest streams, while others opt for ponds and marshes in open areas. The Blue Sprite, pictured here, is a common species that can be found in many urban water bodies, such as this male seen perching at the edge of Lower Seletar Reservoir. #BlueSprite  #BlueRiverdamsel  #Pseudagrionmicrocephalum  #damselfly  #damselflies  #damselfliesofInstagram  #Odonate  #Odonata  #insect  #insects  #insectsofInstagram  #SGinsects  #insectsofSingapore  #SGinsects  #insectsofSingapore  #arthropod  #arthropods  #arthropodsofInstagram  #LowerSeletar  #LowerSeletarReservoir  #Yishun  #Singapore  #biodiversity  #SGbiodiversity  #wildlife  #NatureAdventuresSG  #NParksbuzz  #SGIG  #macrointhewild  #EarthCapture  #NatGeoYourShot 
Prepping #snowhitedamsel bodies. Shad run will be here soon. #ostrichplumes #ostrich #damselfly #danselfltnymph #odonate #odonates
A male Scarlet Grenadier, also known as the Asiatic Blood-tail, perches on a twig in Pasir Ris Park. This is another fairly common and widespread dragonfly species in Singapore, and can be seen in marshes and swampy areas, where it breeds in shaded pools.

Male Dragonflies are often territorial, and will claim an area for their own, chasing away rival males and even Dragonflies of other species. These are usually spots where there is abundant insect prey, as well as a stretch of open water and vegetation where female Dragonflies can deposit their eggs. It is fascinating to stand at the water's edge and watch the dazzling displays of aerobatics as Dragonflies dart about in pursuit of prey, or chase each other.

#ScarletGrenadier #AsiaticBloodtail #Lathrecistaasiatica #dragonfly #dragonflies #dragonfliesofInstagram #Odonate #Odonata #insect #insects #insectsofInstagram #SGinsects #insectsofSingapore #arthropod #arthropods #arthropodsofInstagram #PasirRis #PasirRisPark #Singapore #biodiversity #SGbiodiversity #wildlife #NatureAdventuresSG #NParksbuzz #SGIG #macrointhewild #EarthCapture #NatGeoYourShot
A male Scarlet Grenadier, also known as the Asiatic Blood-tail, perches on a twig in Pasir Ris Park. This is another fairly common and widespread dragonfly species in Singapore, and can be seen in marshes and swampy areas, where it breeds in shaded pools. Male Dragonflies are often territorial, and will claim an area for their own, chasing away rival males and even Dragonflies of other species. These are usually spots where there is abundant insect prey, as well as a stretch of open water and vegetation where female Dragonflies can deposit their eggs. It is fascinating to stand at the water's edge and watch the dazzling displays of aerobatics as Dragonflies dart about in pursuit of prey, or chase each other. #ScarletGrenadier  #AsiaticBloodtail  #Lathrecistaasiatica  #dragonfly  #dragonflies  #dragonfliesofInstagram  #Odonate  #Odonata  #insect  #insects  #insectsofInstagram  #SGinsects  #insectsofSingapore  #arthropod  #arthropods  #arthropodsofInstagram  #PasirRis  #PasirRisPark  #Singapore  #biodiversity  #SGbiodiversity  #wildlife  #NatureAdventuresSG  #NParksbuzz  #SGIG  #macrointhewild  #EarthCapture  #NatGeoYourShot 
Accouplement de Spectres paisibles, Boyeria Irene, insecte Odonate Anisoptère qui arbore une tenue camouflage.
#wildlife #odonate #libellule #dragonfly #aeschnidae #spectre #boyeria #insecte #bug #bestpic #bestnatureshot #naturephotography #microcosmos #tamron #canon #naturelover
Le Sympétrum Rouge Sang. Ici une femelle qui est plutôt jaune. En anglais, on l'appelle Ruddy darter. Elle mesure 40mm pour une envergure de 60mm.
#wildlife #odonate #sympetrum #dragonfly #insectes #libellule #bug #ruddydarter #naturelover #nature #naturephoto #closeup #macro #macrophotographie #bestpic #bestnatureshot #tamron #canon #microcosmos
Macro shot oda Dragonfly head front view. #nature#naturephotography#wild#insects#macro#odonate#insecto#